Give to Lincoln Day is a big one for Hear Nebraska. Tim McMahan (Lazy-i) sounds off on why you should support us folks who support Nebraska music.
In Tim McMahan's 2013, shows will move from larger venues to alternative ones, music will be given away and more bands will stay at home. Read on for the rest of the Lazy-i predictions.
Captured Tracks announced that it’s reissuing the first three full lengths from seminal Lincoln post-punk trio For Against. Also, a Boston review of Conor Oberst gives a hint of what's to come.
The rumors are true. Cursive's Tim Kasher, Ted Stevens and Matt Maginn, along with Chris Machmuller, have bought O'Leaver's. Read on for more details.
The musical "Grass So Tall, Sky So Black" will be premiering tonight, and there's shows from The Whipkey Three, The Millions, Noah's Ark Was a Spaceship and many otherse this weekend.
Tilly trumped Titus on Wednesday night as far as the audience goes, but Titus barrelled through a set of "big, anthemic fun without the nasty filler."
A Place To Bury Strangers took the stage at the Slowdown on Monday night, ready to make noise. Tim McMahan of Lazy-i attended and recapped his experience at the show.
Morrissey concert in Lincoln rescheduled to February sixth, Digitial Leather is playing the King Kahn BBQ show at the Slowdown and A Place to Bury Strangers is at the Waiting Room tonight.
With the nation watching the election results last night, some people chose instead to watch Matt & Kim perform at the Slowdown with opening guest, Oberhofer. Here's Lazy-i's review.
Well, super Tuesday is upon us, and the responsibility falls to us. Will you choose to watch Matt & Kim perform at the Slowdown or The Supersuckers play at the Waiting Room Lounge?